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Training the Next Generation of Bermudian Scientists

Among the many lessons we’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic is the value of having a highly skilled scientific workforce that is capable of leveraging its education to serve the broader community during a time of need. “BIOS is pleased to serve Bermuda’s young people by offering hands-on educational opportunities in the sciences through the Bermuda Program,” said Kaitlin Noyes, director of education and community relations at BIOS. “We’re committed to training the next generation of scientists.” Since 1976, the…


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Bermuda Program Student Completes Joint Internship with BIOS and the Bermuda Weather Service

While the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted summer internship plans for many university students, Amber Wolffe, an undergraduate student in meteorology and mathematics at Metropolitan State University in Denver (Colorado, USA), overcame these challenges to complete an eight-week Bermuda Program internship with…


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The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Participants Spend Time on Spirit of Bermuda

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Bermuda is extremely pleased to announce an exciting Silver Adventurous Journey with the Bermuda Sloop Foundation’s Sail Training Vessel (STV) Spirit of Bermuda finishing today, August 5th, 2020. Thanks to the generous support from…


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#ChooseBDA Launched by Local Business Owners

The digital campaign #ChooseBDA was launched on Sunday, May 3rd on Instagram and Facebook as an effort by a small group of business owners to help bring awareness to the major impact local small businesses have on the island’s overall…


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Everything You Need to Know About Phase 1 of Reopening Bermuda

On Saturday, May 2nd at 6AM, Bermuda’s Shelter in Place period will end, and the island will enter into Phase 1 of the proposed phased reopening of Bermuda. But, how does Phase 1 differ from Shelter in Place? Where Shelter…

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10 Things COVID-19 is Teaching Us

Believe it or not, COVID-19 is instilling in us some very important lessons, ones that we can carry with us into the future.   1. How Important Our Growers and Makers Are  Locally-grown produce and locally-made products are more important…